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Poster: Burnin 1 Date: Apr 22, 2005 6:29pm
Forum: naropa Subject: An Exploring Newbie

WOW!!!....I'm a long time user of the LMA, and until recently I never took the time to check out the other parts of this archive. I'm blown away at the amount of information thats tucked away in this corner of the WWW. Problem is, I just can't seem to download fast enough. But anyhow, I like to ramble on sometimes so perhaps I'll stop myself now and get straight to the point.

I was looking for any suggestions that a newbie could use to kick start his brain again. The topic is really of no importance. I guess you could say that I'm just a big fan of other people's voices. Doesn't matter what they're talking about, as long as it makes me think. A major plus would be if it makes this wine go down easier while listening.

Thank you in advance.

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Poster: Blank Date: Apr 27, 2005 1:54am
Forum: naropa Subject: Re: An Exploring Newbie

Tough question since there is so much that is so different in here.

Ginsberg on writing is one of my favorite lectures.

Peter Lamborn Wilson's Plowing the Clouds is very thought provoking. And check out Women in the Wilderness

Sam Charters on Jazz and Jack is a great sundown wine class too.

Truth is- there's tons in here that is amazing (I haven't even touched Ginsy's performances or any Burroughs!) I suggest getting comfortable.